The Lamborghini Centenario Roadster is a very special car and Doug DeMuro recently had the opportunity to put one to the test.
Lamborghini only ever built 40 examples of the Centenario Roadster, and of these, just 20 are Roadsters. The example in question is currently up for sale from Lamborghini Newport Beach and has a touch over 700 miles (~1,100 km) on the clock.
Immediately making this example stand out from all other is its two-tone blue paint that combines a light shade of Blue Cepheus with a darker shade of Blu Hera. The Italian supercar also features a host of exposed carbon fiber elements and has white accents across the front splitter, side skirts, A-pillars and rear diffuser.
DeMuro starts his review by talking about the exterior of the Centenario, which is appropriate as the styling is the most obvious element that differentiates the car from the Aventador on which it’s based. There are some nice features that show Lamborghini’s attention to detail, such as the little bull horns on the ‘C’ and the ‘O’ of the car’s ‘Centenario’ badges.
We are also provided with an in-depth tour of the Centenario’s interior. As the car is based on the Aventador, it shares most of its cabin with its significantly cheaper, and more common, sibling. Much of the cabin is clad in black Alcantara and this particular one features bright blue contrast stitching and piping. It also has a telemetry feature that includes a forward-facing dashcam and a forward-facing camera between the seats, allowing owners to replay their drives.